From summer to fall, the Five Points Alliance and REV Birmingham have coordinated multiple pop-up opportunities that have helped prove the Five Points South community’s desire for more outside-the-box additions to their historic neighborhood.
In just over a year, Five Points South’s vacancy rate has fallen from 8.1 to 3.9 percent. One big piece of that progress is Pickwick Place, a once mostly vacant property that has redefined itself as a vibrant part of the neighborhood.
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The Five Points South area is growing with swift momentum in 2018. A new restaurant joined Stephen Gregory: A Men’s Concept as the second new addition to Pickwick Place (formerly Pickwick Plaza) since the start of the year. D’s Tamales opened on Wednesday, filling a space that has been vacant for over two years.